Blink Travels: Hot Danish

So, after the festival frenzy of the past few weeks we now have a week free to feature the great coverage that the lovely Asta has been sending us from Copenhagen.

Its a supremely stylish city at the best of times. Yes, you have probably gathered from previous posts that we have a crush on Copenhagen. When Copenhagen Fashion Week comes around the style quotient increases even above and beyond this city’s usual high standards.

We are starting this week with a few streetstyle shots from around and about CPH Fashion Week. Asta spotted some really lovely looks for us that reflect the feel of Copenhagen style really well. Its about an understated style that is more individual than big name, more eclectic but not so vintage, quite detailed but not overly complex, glowing scrubbed cheeks rather than knee deep in make up. And doesn’t everyone just look so damned healthy!

Enjoy and click here for more posts from beyond London.

Copenhagen streetstyle

Copenhagen streetstyle

Copenhagen streetstyle

Copenhagen streetstyle

Copenhagen streetstyle

Copenhagen streetstyle

Copenhagen streetstyle

Events- Field Day part 3: Neutral

And the final post from Victoria Park’s Field Day fest features some more subtle colour combinations. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the looks are any more low key that those that we featured in the previous post on ‘Colourful’ looks. In some cases, these looks have a softer edge, but add black into the mix and you have a cool, graphic angle too.

We really love the soft maxi skirts featured here, as well as the lighter, sheerer and fluid shapes. Its a really fresh, feminine look that’s right on the button right now. Throw in an occasional touch of leather and some sporty references and you’ve got it.

Field Day

Field Day

Field Day

Field Day

Field Day

Field Day

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London Fashion Week- Earn your Stripes!

Another prevailing trend from London Fashion Week, that can be seen right across the high street right now, was the graphic addition of brilliant bi-colour stripes. We love a matelot stripe T. Whether you’re channeling Coco Chanel or Popeye, this perennial launch look means that Spring is here almost as much as the first daffodils.

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London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

LF Markey, London Fashion Week

LF Markey, London Fashion Week

Pattern- Bold Bi-colour

These recent shots show a strongly graphic look. Big on impact and high in the style stakes. We love the simple bi-colour combinations. These girls look striking yet uncomplicated. In some cases the look has gently retro overtones, but in others this is refreshingly modern. Flexible, commercial and cool.

Brick Lane

Trumans Brewery, off Brick Lane

Kings of Leon gig, O2

Kings of Leon gig, O2

Brick Lane

Shoreditch

Brick Lane

Brick Lane

Brick Lane

Brick Lane

Graphics- Frank

We made a little day trip to the seaside. It was almost a day off, but we couldn’t resist shooting this for you. ‘Frank’ is a lovely independent store in Whitstable, and sums up the naive charm of this seaside town while still feeling really new and interesting. We absolutely love their packaging. So simple yet brilliantly evocative of the mood of the store and its location.

This image was featured in our Summer ‘Graphics’ report. If you’d like to know about our reports drop us a line at blog@blinklondon.com.

Frank, Whitstable

Frank, Whitstable